City-dwellers lucky enough to live near an open green space truly
appreciate the respite that the neighborhood park can provide. In
contrast to the crowded, dirty city, the park offers people room to
walk their dogs, exercise, read, and think. In this documentary,
director Tony Okun explores the role of the park in his community
through footage taken there, the observations of visitors, and
interviews with recreation center leaders who use the park in their
activities with children. Through straightforward, serious
narration and music of various styles, Okun presents a thoughtful
meditation on the importance of public parks in the context of the
Passion River Films
||137 x 190 x 17mm (L x W x T)
||1 hour, 11 minutes
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